Vinyl banners are a great way to communicate your message in a very visible and durable way. They can be used for everything from announcing a sale to creating start and finish lines for races. They are highly customizable and can include anything from logos and lettering to unique designs and rich pictures.
The type of banner you choose will depend on your needs and budget. There are several different options available, including mesh pvc, which has small holes in it that allow wind to pass through, which reduces the risk of the banner tearing or becoming damaged. There is also backlit vinyl, which is specifically designed to be used with lighting, and can be a good choice for businesses that want their banners to be easily seen from a distance.
While the colors on a vinyl banner will fade with exposure to sunlight, they can be protected from the sun by using UV inhibitors. These can be added to the ink during production or applied afterwards.
Choosing a fabric or vinyl banner can be difficult. Fabric tends to look more attractive, but it can tear more easily. It is also heavier than vinyl, and may not be ideal for use in very windy environments. Vinyl is a more durable material and can be used in both indoor and outdoor locations.
We recommend that you always design files in CMYK, as Pantones and neon’s will not print well on banners. We also recommend that you do not iron a vinyl banner, as the heat can cause the ink to crack or become distorted. However, if you do need to smooth out wrinkles or creases on your vinyl banner, you can try using a low-heat setting on your clothing steamer or a heat gun. It is best to test a small area of the vinyl first, to ensure that the heat will not damage it. vinyl banners